Steve Sceranka (in blue shirt) and Stephen Sceranka work for GDS as a truck pusher and roustabout foreman respectively. Steve William Sceranka and his son, Stephen Andrew Sceranka, had worked numerous jobs together prior to applying to GasSearch Drilling Services (GDS). As contractors, they built log cabins and performed E&S
Glen T. Elliott and his father, Glen A. Elliott run water for Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation as employees of subsidiary GasSearch Drilling Services (GDS). They were both formerly city bus drivers. (Also published at www.wellsaidcabot.com) The natural gas industry and the businesses that render services to the drillers not
Second year students at the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas, including Matt Glatzel (top, front, second from left) and Summer Wilkes (third from left) have not only completed their internships, they are well on their way to earning family-sustaining wages in the natural gas fields upon graduation.
Pausing between legs of an energy-themed tour in Susquehanna County on Monday are (from left) Gary Hlavinka and Steve Novakowski of Cabot Oil & Gas, Brian Costanza of Lackawanna College, Rep. Fred Keller, Sue Gumble and Marianne Orlandini of the School of Petroleum & Natural Gas, and George Stark of
Celebrating the four year anniversary of the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas on April 12 were (above, from left) Cabot Oil & Gas director of external affairs George Stark, college president Mark Volk, and college program director Jeannine McKnight. A $2.5 million contribution by Cabot Oil &